This lesson covers some simple greetings which are useful every day, as well as the numbers from zero to ten in Hawaiian. Also discussed is the distinction between numbers for counting to oneself and numbers for summarizing quantity.
- Some useful greetings and other short expressions
- Online resource to allow you to listen to native speaker greetings (Kaniʻāina)
- Numbers from zero to ten
Length: 55 minutes
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